Study: Most reading-comprehension programs fall short

Most reading-comprehension programs have little affect on student achievement, according to a recent federal study. Of the three programs that were evaluated, only one was proven to raise student achievement: the computer-based program ReadAbout. And researchers found that ReadAbout was only effective when teachers had a year of experience with the program.

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